As Neil Young cogently observed in punk's wake, "It's better to burn out than to fade away." The Butthole Surfers, one of the more anarchic units to Econoline across America in the 1980s, seemed prime candidates for the former. After all, Buttholes singer Gibby Haynes did share a room in rehab with Kurt Cobain just before the grunge star became a martyr for a trend he probably wished he had never helped create. On the other hand, in the five years since the last... More >>>
The Butthole Surfers' new CD just might be the perfect soundtrack to the post-September 11 world.